Upper West Side Synagogues

Places of Worship Near Our Hotel

An historic neighborhood for Jewish American life, the Upper West Side is home to a number of extraordinary and vibrant synagogues close to our hotel near Central Park. From Ashkenazi to Sephardi congregations, and from the 17th century to this one, traditions and practices from all over the Jewish world have found a home in this magnificent part of the city. Explore some of the most famous Upper West Side synagogues during your stay at our Central Park accommodations, and find a variety of congregations, services, and spiritual practices. 

Upper West Side Synagogues

B’nai Jeshurun

B’nai Jeshurun's non-denominational congregation regularly features music on Friday nights and a more traditional service on Saturday. 

257 West 88th Street
New York, NY 10024

Congregation Tifereth Yisrael

The first and only Yemenite synagogue in New York, the congregation of over 300 preserves 2000 years of tradition. 

120 West 76th Street
New York, NY 10023

Congregation Rodeph Shalom

As one of the most well-known Reform synagogues, Rodeph Shalom is both architecturally magnificent and renowned for its congregation's good works. The synagogue is a crucial member of many Upper West Side and NYC efforts for good. 

7 West 83rd Street
New York, NY 10024

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue is beloved for their progressive sermons; they also practice tikkun olam (repairing the world) through their social programs like Next Step Men’s Shelter and Emergency Food Program.

30 West 68th Street
New York, NY US 10023

Congregation Shearith Israel

Dating back to 1654, the Shearith Israel congregation is the oldest Orthodox congregation in America. Featuring a Louis Tiffany-designed sanctuary, the extraordinary neo-classical building dates back to 1897.

 2 West 70th Street
New York, NY 10023